Chesworth Farm in Horsham West Sussex has 90 glorious acres of colourful meadows and ancient hedgerows crisscrossed with footpaths and bridleways.
The main paths are wheelchair accessible. Chesworth Farm is open all day and entry is free.
Within a stone’s throw of the town centre, you can find Horsham’s secret paradise. You can walk or ride through 90 acres of beautiful countryside any day of the year. Chesworth Farm dates back to before 1086 and has been listed as one of the Horsham District Year of Culture 2019 Hidden Gems, as many people aren’t aware it is here to explore!
The River Arun forms a picturesque meadow in addition to the gorgeous grasslands (which sometimes host grazing livestock) and the ancient hedgerows that act as a haven for wildlife. It boasts the opportunity to see animals, such as skylarks in the daytime and barn owls flying past at dusk. You can walk through clouds of butterflies, encounter cows and sometimes see rare sheep and their llama companions in a beautiful countryside setting.
The farm is suitable for anyone: a place to walk the dog, ride a horse, jog for miles or have a family cycle ride, well away from any main roads.
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